# Ch 26: Praxis Middle School Math: Polynomials

If you'd like to review the process of performing operations with polynomials before you take the Praxis Middle School Math examination, this chapter could assist you. Watch its video lessons and take several quizzes before your testing session.

## Praxis Middle School Math: Polynomials - Chapter Summary

Polish your mathematical skills prior to sitting for the Praxis Middle School Math examination for licensure. The video lessons in this chapter discuss polynomials and their restrictions, and they'll remind you of how to write synthetic division problems. As you work through the examples, you could become proficient at finding missing terms and solving larger polynomial problems. Upon finishing these lessons, you might have the knowledge required to:

• Differentiate between polynomials, binomials and quadratics
• Add, divide, multiply and subtract polynomials
• Use long and synthetic division when working with polynomials
• Solve practice problems that involve long and synthetic division

Refresh your memory of these topics through this chapter's tutorial video lessons. The instructors have earned degrees in mathematics, technology and related areas. The lessons are brief and flexible, and you can watch them online with your tablet or laptop computer. Click the timeline feature under the screen and you'll see the videos' main areas. Simply select the section you'd most like to review and the video will begin there. After your study session, take the self-assessment quizzes and find out how much you remembered.

5 Lessons in Chapter 26: Praxis Middle School Math: Polynomials
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